The BJP has already started preparing for the next Lok Sabha elections. In view of this, party president JP Nadda will start a 120-day nationwide tour in December and fix the weak links of the organization. Addressing reporters on Sunday, BJP general secretary Arun Singh said that this tour of Nadda will begin from Uttarakhand in the first week of December. It is likely that Nadda starts his tour from December 5.
Singh said, “In this migration scheme, there will be a meeting with every booth president and booth committees. There will be a meeting with the Mandal President and Mandal Committees The National President will also work to encourage booth committees and cadre workers under this migration scheme.
He told that during this period, besides senior party leaders and MPs and MLAs, they will also have a meeting with district heads. Singh said that the BJP president will take stock of the party’s preparations and review the status of the organization in the states where assembly elections are to be held during this migration program. During this time, they will also discuss and review the party’s strategy.
He said, “The purpose of this migration program is to give more strength to the organization and to make every booth unit more active and stronger”. Tha, Nadda will also discuss the strategy for strengthening the organization in those areas.
It is to be known that in the first six months of 2021, assembly elections are to be held in West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Assam. During the 120-day stay program, Nadda will spend three days in big cities and two days in small cities. During this time, the BJP-ruled states will also make a presentation in connection with their development works and the implementation of the central government’s schemes. Singh said that Nadda will also meet leaders of allied parties and will also address press conferences with public meetings.
Prior to Nadda, BJP President Amit Shah also visited the entire country during his tenure. In states where BJP’s position was weak, they are also given credit for strengthening the party.
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